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Unleash the hidden performance of your computer with the minimum effort. O&O Defrag Professional Edition packs file fragments quickly and securely back together to optimize your hard disk under Windows. Its functionality ranges from a fully automated defragmentation to an individual professional set up. It can do everything a truly good defragmentation software should be able to do. The new background monitoring function helps to prevent fragmentation at source. Newly added and modified files are analyzed and defragmented whenever they are not being accessed. O&O Defrag makes sure that your hard disk is constantly performing at its peak.

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As long as version numbers are the same, -and the cheap Pro Version does not go ahead of the expensive Server Edition-, I see all reason to go for the Server Edition. Right now, version numbers are the same. The Server Edition runs on any system and is best for any network with more than 1 PC.

Links are here:

http://www.oo-software.com/en/download/current <Download All Current Editions
http://www.oo-software.com/en/download/current/oodefragsrv <Download Server Edition 32-bit, 64-bit, [disregard mail input]

REG INFO for all Editions

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http://limelinx.com/c96b6
https://www.mixturecloud.com/media/download/J0gy3zvU

http://www.oo-software.com/en/products/oodefrag/ssd <O&O's Info on Automation and handling SSD.

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As long as version numbers are the same, -and the cheap Pro Version does not go ahead of the expensive Server Edition-, I see all reason to go for the Server Edition. Right now, version numbers are the same. The Server Edition runs on any system and is best for any network with more than 1 PC.

Links are here:

http://www.oo-software.com/en/download/current <Download All Current Editions
http://www.oo-software.com/en/download/current/oodefragsrv <Download Server Edition 32-bit, 64-bit, [disregard mail input]

REG INFO for all Editions

[multi-kg][OO.Soft.All][ZWT2014.1.22.4]

http://limelinx.com/c96b6
https://www.mixturecloud.com/media/download/J0gy3zvU

http://www.oo-software.com/en/products/oodefrag/ssd <O&O's Info on Automation and handling SSD.

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A very un-scientific test of default Space defrag in three Programs. Used three 1.5 TB external hardisks of the same brand with similar content. The difference between fragmentation level on these disks was less than 5 percent.

Results:

- Auslogics Disk DefragPro 4.3.6.0

51 minutes, and the message that a better job could only be done on a disk with at least 10% free space. Justified, because there was almost no free space left at the start.
A rerun after the first job, with (freed up) 32.5 GB space, was not faster. Aborted at almost 3.5 percent after 15 minutes.

Q-15TB-AuslogicsDiskDefrag1.png

Q-15TB-AuslogicsDiskDefrag2.png

- Perfectdisk 13 build 783

8 hours, 55 minutes, 41 seconds.
With 73.5 GB space left at the start. Probably too little for PD, that started reasonably, but slowed down to a turtle's pace during the last three percent.

N-15TB-Perfectdisk.png

- O&O Defrag 17 Server Edition

0 hours, 17 minutes, 55 seconds. Free Space left at the start 613.59 MB.
Quick start, quick end. PC or network, it's probably all the same. It's fast.

Q-15TB-OampODefrag.png

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@ fallen.. nicely shown buddy

o&o defag is very good defrag app.. even auslogoics is good

that Perfectdisk.diskeeper like heavy bundle defrag apps are crap... any defrag app which run behind (like services) i will call say it crap..

actually there no need to defrag the HDD so much

for me ultimate defrag,puran defrag all da way..

even any freeware defrag works fine

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Fallon the only thing i see in your pictures is the fact auslogics only defragged 2 files, cant see any info about how many files where defragged using perfectdisk or oodefrag

which is probably why auslogics was only 52 and 25min, and also probably why oodefrag was also 25min, perfectdisk does take time to defrag but it also does defrag without creating more defragged files.

forgot to mention i have 4 of them installed for some reason.

Auslogics Pro, oo-defrag, perfectdisk 13, jkdefrag, i did have puran defrag and i've got the portable piriform one aswell.

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Fallon the only thing i see in your pictures is the fact auslogics only defragged 2 files, cant see any info about how many files where defragged using perfectdisk or oodefrag

which is probably why auslogics was only 52 and 25min, and also probably why oodefrag was also 25min, perfectdisk does take time to defrag but it also does defrag without creating more defragged files.

forgot to mention i have 4 of them installed for some reason.

Auslogics Pro, oo-defrag, perfectdisk 13, jkdefrag, i did have puran defrag and i've got the portable piriform one aswell.

As I said it was un-scientific. All proggies defragged the exact same type 1.5 TB disk, optimizing space method. The content was similar, about 75.000 files (downloads) in plm 5000 folders on each disk. I could have counted the exact number of files, I could have made sure 10% of space on each disk was empty, I could have done a lot of things, like using the exact same content, checking if 'optimizing space method' is the same in all proggies, checking more methods, etcetera. It can be done in all sorts of ways, but I didn't plan to be exhaustive and just let the programs run. I was curious if my impression would be confirmed again. Defrag is a limited task, a sideshow in a lot of tools. It should be done automated in the background without taking up much time, including eyeball time. O&O fits the bill.

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